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    Whenever I take an assortment of cookies and bars anywhere, these are always the first thing to disappear. 'Nuff said. (But I will just add - cut them small, they are rich!)

    Recipe #74371

    If you are looking for a dark chocolate cupcake then these are not for you, they rise simply beautiful and come out just perfect, they' re so easy to make everything is mixed in one bowl with a wooden spoon! --- top these with my recipe#89207

    Recipe #116989

    These are always a good pick for bake sales, school treats, picnics, etc. It's a slightly "lighter" (lower in fat) than other whoopie pie recipes.

    Recipe #116992

    This is my all time favorite pudding recipe. I use it for anything that needs chocolate pudding. Home made is always so much better! Pies, Trifles, or just plain with whipped cream. It is smooth, creamy and a taste that will send you to heaven with delight! Oh, did I say easy to make too? Enjoy!

    Recipe #116785

    A must try. The butter and brown sugar give the cookies a caramel-like taste that is pure heaven when paired with the apricots and white chocolate. Source: The Neighborhood Bakeshop by Jill Van Cleave

    Recipe #26712

    Chocolate Lovers, Just try this One for a Sure Winner!

    Recipe #114657

    A wonderful, soft chocolate cake! Found the recipe on the net when looking for cake recipes using whipped cream as an ingredient. Unlike many other chocolate cakes, this one is definitely at its best at room temperature, so take it out of the fridge some time before serving. Dust the cake generously with powdered sugar and serve as-is, or with strawberries. Yummy!

    Recipe #89069

    3 Reviews |  By dojemi

    A delicious cake that tastes like my favorite candy bar. Servings are approximate depending on the size of the slices.

    Recipe #114568

    17 Reviews |  By Danzy

    My grandma didn't measure anything so this is as close as I could get. I never said it was a healthy recipe. It can be made without the evaporated milk and using low fat or skim milk and using margarine instead of butter but please use real vanilla and a good quality cocoa. You might have to adjust the cornstarch or cocoa depending on how thick or chocolaty you like your pies. I make 2 of these pies for every church covered dish meal and never get to bring a slice home. Oh yes...you can cook the filling in a large double boiler to avoid scorching it, it just takes longer.

    Recipe #52728

    4 Reviews |  By Marie

    Made real easy starting with a devil's food cake mix and topped off with a marshmallow fluff peanut butter frosting. Decadent! Recipe from Woman's World magazine.

    Recipe #112324

    Another no-fail made-from-scratch recipe from Sunset. A nice, firm cake that makes two perfectly flat two-inch layers that are not too sweet. A perfect cake for a variety of fillings and frostings. Note: To melt chocolate, break it into small pieces and place in a small microwave-safe bowl; cook in microwave at half power, stirring occasionally, until smooth, 2 to 3 minutes. (Watch it closely, stirring occasionally and heat until just melted).

    Recipe #112381

    6 Reviews |  By Caryn

    These have been a favorite of mine for years. They are quite different from most brownie/bar cookies yet are a hit every time they've been served. If you like caramel and chocolate .....

    Recipe #19459

    This cake is rather ugly, but so delicious!

    Recipe #111002

    We like this cake because it's a dark dense cake with a different texture than most chocolate cakes. Very good served with a dip of vanilla ice cream. I cut this from a magazine and have made it many times.

    Recipe #70766

    1 Reviews |  By CindiJ

    I don't know where my mother got this recipe from but it is a wonderful rich moist chocolate cake. Frost with Recipe #110707 and it tastes just like Hostess Cup Cakes but oh so much better. Mom would make 2 layers - fill and frost sides with the Whipped Cream Frosting, then use regular chocolate frosting for the top. Milk anyone?

    Recipe #110592

    This is chocolate paradise! I am a severe chocoholic and this fills the bill for ooey, gooey, and oh so good. This is from a friend that I used to go to church with. I helped a boy make this for a bake-off at church and he won first prize. My sister donated a certificate for this cake to a charity auction and the woman that bought it has called 4 times since then to have me to make this for her.

    Recipe #99061

    A real kid pleaser! These are made with brownie mix so couldn't be easier. This recipe adapted from one found on a brownie mix box back in the early '90's. Be sure to use the 21.5 oz size box of brownie mix (store brand is fine); otherwise they will be too runny. This recipe can be doubled.

    Recipe #92661

    18 Reviews |  By J9

    This is from the food network and is SO yummy. This not for the weak, your knees will buckle once you taste it.

    Recipe #76334

    This sounds really good! I haven't tried them (I'm a vegetarian--marshmallows have gelatin), but these really do sound yummy! I bet the little ones would love them! 8)

    Recipe #35395

    This is so easy and yet it is probably the best fudge I've ever had. I usually omit the pecans. My niece used this recipe, substituting 3-4 drops peppermint extract for the orange zest, and earned a blue ribbon at the county fair. Even my 12-16 year old 4H girls had no problems making it. Note: make sure you use fresh orange zest. Dried will make the fudge bitter. Also make sure you don't get any of the bitter white part of the rind when you are zesting your orange.

    Recipe #98783

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